Monday’s Theme Music — Michael Seidel, writer

Welcome. Today is the first day of the second month of 2021, a.k.a. Feb. 1. And it’s a Monday. Sunrise was 7:24 AM and sunset will be 7:25 PM, for ten hours and one minute of sunshine, in theory, here in Ashland, Oregon. Currently sitting at 50 degrees F, our weather is comfortable mix of […]

Monday’s Theme Music — Michael Seidel, writer

“TUE., MAR., 02/2021@22:51-WELL, BEING 62 HAS YA GETTING TIRED FASTER, THEN WHEN YOUR A YOUNG COOT; SO WE WILL GO TO THE ROAD MUSIC AGAIN…AND LET THIS ONE FUC.ING RIP…WITH THE GREAT Bobby SEGER, and THE SILVER BULLET BAND…WITH TURN THE PAGE!!! LET ME REMIND Y’ALL, IF Y’ALL ARE TRAVELING BY THUMB/HITCH-HIKING , Y’ALL DO NOT WANT TO BE ON A LONG AND LONESOME HIGHWAY…EAST OF OMAHA…INTERSTATE I-80…780, TO I-80…IN THE FUC.ING WINTER, AS IT WOULD BE COLDER THAN A CANADIAN WILMAS LOUNGE FEMALES TIT=A CDN., WITCHES TIT, THAT IS!!!”

“ENJOY TURN THE PAGE, AND THANKS TO MR., Bob SEGER and THE SILVER BULLET BAND…FOR BRINGING BACK A LOT OF GOOD MEMORIES, OF BEING ON THE ROAD, IN THE GREATEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD, THE UNITED SATES OF AMERICA!!!”

“CREDIT: Michael Seidel, writer, VIA Bob SEGER and THE SILVER BULLET BAND.”

Brian CANUCK-THE BREEZE MURZA, ON THE ROAD IN THE GREAT U.S.A., 1979, 1980, 1981, 1985, 1986, 1998 TO 2002, from Hamilton, Ontario, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.

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